Cardinal Carter CHS Connects with Academy Award Winning Director

On Monday, September 17th, Cardinal Carter students in Ms. Brand’s Communications Technology class had the privilege of talking to Academy award winning Director Louie Psihoyos. The students had watched his 2010 Best Documentary The Cove and had lots of questions. Despite a 3 hour time difference, Mr. Psihoyos met with us virtually to share insights … Continue reading “Cardinal Carter CHS Connects with Academy Award Winning Director”

Upcoming Open House for Catholic High School Regional Arts Program

Option for specialist programs in vocal & instrumental music, dance, drama, visual arts, and digital media St. Elizabeth Catholic High School will be holding its annual Open House for its Regional Arts Program on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, at 7 p.m. the YCDSB Theatre for the Arts, which is located adjacent to the school at … Continue reading “Upcoming Open House for Catholic High School Regional Arts Program”

St. Padre Pio CES raises $7,000 for Hospice Vaughan

Vaughan, ON – September 14, 2018 – Last school year, the Student Leadership Committee at St. Padre Pio Catholic Elementary School comprised of Grade 6, 7 and 8 students took action and raised funds for Hospice Vaughan a local non-profit that provides compassionate support to individuals and their families facing a life-limiting illness or the loss of a … Continue reading “St. Padre Pio CES raises $7,000 for Hospice Vaughan”

Meet your new 2018-19 Junior Student Trustee, Matthew Ho

The York Catholic District School Board is proud to announce that Matthew Ho, a Grade 11 student from St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School in Richmond Hill is the Board’s new Junior Student Trustee for the 2018-19 school year. Matthew strives for the best and participates extensively in his school community. Previously in high … Continue reading “Meet your new 2018-19 Junior Student Trustee, Matthew Ho”

FMM teacher receives prestigious award from Cardinal Collins

The Jean-Baptiste De La Salle Award is presented by the Catholic Teachers Guild (Toronto Chapter) every August to a teacher who faithfully, joyfully, and humbly witnesses to Christ on a day to day basis in the context of his/her teaching assignment. Only one teacher is selected each year. This year (2018) the award was presented … Continue reading “FMM teacher receives prestigious award from Cardinal Collins”